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Samoa Tourism hosts breakfast seminars

Samoa Tourism is inviting travel agents to dive into breakfast at the treasured islands and learn how to “Holiday the Samoan Way” at the upcoming Samoa agent breakfast seminars.

Agents can not only meet representatives from the Samoan properties, but also learn why Samoa is the hottest emerging destination in the South Pacific and how to sell Samoa with confidence.

The networking seminars will be held over a delicious buffet breakfast, which also gives agents the chance to win fabulous prizes to Samoa.

 

Seminar dates and locations are as follows: 

 

Brisbane. Mon 27 October 2014

Venue: Four Points by Sheraton, Mary St

Room: Imagine Room

Timing: 7am – 9am

 

Melbourne. Tue 28 October 2014

Venue: Sheraton Melbourne Hotel (27 Little Collins St)

Room: Ballroom 1

Timing: 7am – 9am

 

Sydney. Wed 29 October 2014

Venue: Sheraton on the Park, Elizabeth St

Room: Castlereagh Room

Timing: 7am – 9am

 

RSVP: 17 October 2014

Register at: www.samoatourism.com.au/roadshow

Or email: marketing@samoa.travel

 

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